Gulf Air’s plans to order the Bombardier CSeries regional jet may be in doubt, after the airline’s CEO announced plans to meet the Canadian manufacturer in the next few weeks. The Bahraini national carrier contracted for 10 CS100s in 2012 but, like all customers for the Canadian twinjet, has had to cope with the aircraft’s protracted development program. Certification of the CSeries took place in December 2015 and the launch customer—Swiss International Air ...

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